multicharacter

multicharacter

(ˌmʌltɪˈkærɪktə)
adj
1. (Film) (of a book, play, film, etc) involving or relating to several characters
2. (Theatre) (of a book, play, film, etc) involving or relating to several characters
3. (Communications & Information) (of a piece of text, code, etc) comprising several characters or letters
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While 'Humayo' marks Diaz's return to familiar territory previously and 'powerfully explored' in acclaimed masterpieces like 'Ebolusyon ng Isang Pamilyang Pilipino' (2004) and 'Mula sa Kung Ano ang Noon' (2014), it also evinces a distinct departure 'from the choral and multicharacter focus' of his other films.
A master (if underacknowledged) of the multicharacter self-portrait, reminiscent of the French photographer Claude Cahun, Van Leo used new photographic techniques favored by Surrealists and modernists to imagine himself as diverse, Active Hollywood characters.
KNOWN FOR: As she puts it, "For being able to play a 12-year-old even though I'm not 12" in such multicharacter solo shows as Seedfolks or Nilaja Sun's No Child.
This study demonstrates that readers of a multicharacter story, as used here, try to understand the story from multiple perspectives.
It all adds up to a bravura solo act by Shearer, who compiles and writes "Le Show'' (plus pre-taping its elaborate, multicharacter sketches, often with original songs) before reporting for duty each Sunday at 10 a.
The multicharacter narrative of ambition and rivalry set in an English village, Pagford, recounts the chaos sparked when Barry Fairbrother suffers an aneurysm in the car park of a local golf course and dies.
Witty, wacky, multicharacter comedy "My Best Day" features a rural milieu that's authentically American: a place where people don't have health care, run out of gas, get places by walking the train tracks, and don't even envy each other either.
The new book is a return to the multicharacter tapestry and mordantly humorous themes that made Maupin's reputation when he began chronicling the fictional denizens of 28 Barbary Lane in San Francisco newspaper columns in the 1970s.
In removing the visual scene from a broader spatial context, Sedgwick argues that the isolation of the body in a visual frame combats 'the entire visible mechanism of the gaze to which the child is exposed, the graphic multicharacter drama of infliction and onlooking, the visibly rendered plural possibilities of sadism, voyeurism, horror, Schadenfreude, disgust, or even compassion' (183).
On more realistic--but no less heartwarming--ground, Ron Howard directed the insightfully truthful "Parenthood," a multicharacter endeavor about the job that never ends.
It's multi-plot and multicharacter, with a lot of different stories weaved into one.
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